Rivers Set For Election, Delivers Electoral Materials

The Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) in Rivers State, Gesila Khan, has said that ‘’all is now set for the Presidential and Assembly elections in Rivers State.’’ The Rivers State REC gave this assurance, during the formal delivery of sensitive materials from the CBN at the premises of the electoral body

President Jonathan writes letter to key Northern citizens (read)

Sponsored post: President Jonathan has written a letter to prominent northern citizens across the 19 states in the region and the FCT. The 2-paged letter (personally signed by the President) is in both English and Hausa versions. Continue to read the letters...

Guilty: Skrtel To Serve Three Match Ban For De Gea Stamp

Liverpool’s top four bid suffered a severe blow yesterday as influential defender, Martin Skrtel was found guilty of intentionally stepping on the foot of Manchester United goalkeeper, David De Gea and handed a three match ban. The stamp incident took place in the closing stages of the Northern derby between

Jega Confident Logistic Challenges Will Be Cut Off During Polls

The Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Professor Attahiru Jega, has expressed confidence that the decentralisation of distribution of election materials for the 2015 elections would cut off logistic challenges at the forthcoming polls. Professor Jega said this at a meeting with the former President of Liberia and

Petrol tanker fire injures 3, burns 10 vehicles in Lekki


Three persons have been injured and 10 vehicles burnt when two tankers loaded with petrol exploded at the Ascon Fuel Station in Lekki area of Lagos, Southwest Nigeria. The three persons who sustained injuries, it was gathered, were trying to put out the fire before fire fighters arrived the scene.

Group Expresses Concern Over Deployment Of Soldiers For Elections

Less than two days to the general elections, a civil society group, Nigerians United for Democracy (NUD) has expressed concern over the deployment of soldiers for the elections saying the Lagos High Court judgment that soldiers have no role to play and should not be deployed for elections ought to

Court restrains army chief from arresting Tinubu

Asiwaju Bola Tinubu: gets court shield against Chief of army staffThe Federal High Court in Lagos today granted an interim injunction restraining the Chief of Army Staff, his privies, agents and servants from arresting, detaining, harassing or intimidating Bola Ahmed Tinubu pending the determination of the motion on notice.

Wizkid shows Off His Diamond Encrusted Rolex Watch!

Wizkid recently shared on Instagram, one of his latest acquisition, a Rolex Perpetual Sky-Dweller watch encrusted with diamond bezels on the rim of the watch and twelve diamonds time set inside. The watch is supposed to be a combination of yellow gold and steel at the bracelet.

Election countdown: Long queues at ATM points in Badagry


Scores of residents of Badagry in Lagos State on Thursday rushed to Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) points to make last minute withdrawals, ahead of the presidential elections, slated for Saturday. The post Election countdown: Long queues at ATM points in Badagry appeared first on Vanguard News.

MobilottoGames.com introduces 3 new instant million Naira scratch 2 win games

Nigeria’s premier online lottery company Mobilottogames.com which strives to ensure safe, secure and fun games on their platform is back with another thrilling announcement – 3 new instant scratch 2 win games. You simply scratch the card, match 3 numbers and win.

2015 Elections: Academics, Others Call For Peaceful Polls

Appeals have continued to come from different quotas for peaceful polls in the rescheduled March 28 and April 11 general elections. ‎The University of Port-Harcourt Alumni Association, members of the civil society and other concerned individuals on Thursday, asked Nigerians to come out en mass to vote without causing trouble.

‘It Shall Be Gun For Gun, Bullet For Bullet, Bomb For Bomb Should Buhari ….’


Less than 72 hours before the presidential election holds across Nigeria, members of the Niger Delta People Salvation Front, NDPSF, volunteers, led by Alhaji Mujahid Dokubo-Asari, have threatened that disaster would happen in Nigeria should former Head of State, Gen Muhammadu Buhari, attempt to cause chaos after losing the election.